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My situation is like this, I have Server A which has internet

I have server B which is behind a firewall and can`t connect to the internet but I can access it thru SSH

Then I have server C D E that are in the same network as server B but they can only be accessed from server B thru SSh

I am able to give internet thru ssh tunnel proxy from server A to server B using ssh -R and then connecting back using -D from server B to A to set a port that I can use as proxy.

I kept searching on google for this issue but I couldn`t find my exact situation.

I want to be able to give internet thru one socks5 port to server C D E from server B or A if possible.

How would I go about doing that ? Thank you.

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  • Did you just accidentally delete most of the question??
    – RalfFriedl
    Mar 22 at 6:44
  • @RalfFriedl Restored.
    – Kusalananda
    Mar 22 at 9:18
  • Yeah ... I was not paying attention. Thank you.
    – HunterVzP
    Mar 22 at 11:25
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On server A, create a SSH connection to B, use B as a jump host to C, open a reverse SOCKS connection:

ssh -J B -R PORT C
  • -J B use B as jump host
  • -R PORT reverse proxy on PORT, requires a recent version of ssh

For details, see the manual.

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